Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe

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Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe

Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe welcome to out web jetskitopspeed.com here we have best all think information like as: review, specs, price, top speed and horsepower. Hope you enjoy it have wonderful day. The EX series is the only model in the REC-Lite sector to offer a marine quality fiberglass hull and deck for durability and confidence in the property. The ex is accompanied by Yamaha’s 50-year marine heritage, compromises on nothing, and provides an exciting experience that is anything but the entry level.

Yamaha’s New Waverunner EX 2017 series hopes to material and contagious enthusiasm for personal watercraft that has been a feature of market entry-level aka REC facilities in recent years. Equipping the affordability with Yamaha’s reputation for reliability, and a good dose of fun on the water, the ex duo will be available at local dealers at the end of 2016. The two entry-level ex Waveunners are launched at 65 percent of new purchasers of personal watercraft that are themselves new to the sport. Yamaha gives credit where it is due to Sea-Doo to help ignite the entry-level market with its spark.

Research reveals that these riders are often in their mid-40s with young families, or younger riders with a little experience with two wheels, an affinity for the handlebars, and a penchant for fun. Our Australian press release for these new models 2017 WaverRunner ex was at Macquarie Lake, Australia’s largest coastal salt water lake, about 100km north of Sydney. Conditions began to be soft and vitreous before a South came and produced a perfect chop to test the ex-hull. Before the wind blow, I had been scooting around the other big 2017 Waverunner Release, the GP1800-S with supercharged 1812cc engine in the Super versatile VX shell, hitting the speeds of 110km/h (Speedo) and was still humming the wrinkle.

I am really happy to report that the ex with the 1049cc engine with three cylinder TR-1 does not disappoint in the performance department. The acceleration is surprisingly fast one-up, the maneuverability is catchy, the high-end speed is in the benchmark 83km/h or 52mph range. While you could say that the performance is measured and in control, Yamaha’s new three-seater ex duo will not disappoint beginners, family and everyday riders in search of an affordable, playful, rugged boat with the back of the Brand and promise of reliability.

Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe Design

I’ll have to confess here by being a big fan of today’s braking or deceleration systems for personal watercraft and I wouldn’t buy one without it. The price premium is worth it. From the word Get-Go, the ex Deluxe with Ride was my chosen turn. Parked on the beach, our silver spaceship in the ex range looked very accommodating and a bit cool in a retro style. Ian MacLeod, from Yamaha, told us about the key points of this three-seater.

They start with the seat of three people that allows access to a storage bucket and directly into the engine of the cylinder TR-1 3, which has a reduced footprint due to a reworked exhaust and other refinements. There is also a glove box deep enough for a bottle of water, as well as a shallow front compartment under the hood ideal for wet clothes and swimsuits. Together, the EX series has first-rate storage.

I found the seat of three people quite narrow, but the deep legs with Premium Hydro-turf deck mats, a kind of foam material like SeaDek, add a lot of shopping in corners. If you or your runners ditch, no problems, the ex Deluxe has a rear boarding step and Grab handle. The ex Deluxe Waverunner also comes with a tow eye and would be ideal for this activity. We expected the coast fishing pods to be available for this hull model in a timely way, creating an affordable fishing “ski”.

There are twin revision mirrors and handlebars with twin trigger tower system-with control right and deceleration and left back-while Dash has Yamaha design multifunction Information Center with a display LCD display showing speed, turns, fuel and a warning of low fuel level and more. It’s a simple but well set up “ski” aboard which you can just jump on and pretty much go.

Yamaha Waverunner EX Deluxe

  • Price start from the $8 699
  • Seating capacity 1-3 people
  • Engine Type Yamaha 3-cylinder, 4-stroke TR-1 marine engine
  • Fuel capacity 13.2 gal
  • Length 10 ‘ 3 “
  • Dry weight 599 lbs